On Holocaust Remembrance Day, Integrity First for America's Amy Spitalnick and Professor Taneisha Means of Vassar College discussed our Charlottesville lawsuit and the fight against white supremacy and far-right extremism.

We are grateful to Professor Taneisha Means, Rabbi Brent Chaim Spodek, Justice McCray, Amatullah Muhammad, and Dar Williams for such a meaningful program.

From the Charlottesville attack to the Capitol insurrection to the shootings in Atlanta last month, our country is facing a horrific rise in far-right extremism and racist violence. But we have the tools to fight back.

Thank you to our co-sponsors: Beacon Hebrew Alliance --- The City of Beacon Human Relations Commission --- Beacon Prison Action --- First Presbyterian Church, Beacon --- The Resnick Institute at SUNY New Paltz --- St Andrew and St. Luke Episcopal Church, Beacon --- Vassar Temple, Poughkeepsie --- Beacon 4 Black Lives --- Jewish Federation of Dutchess County --- Melanin Unchained, Newburgh --- Next Step Hudson Valley, Newburgh --- Vassar Jewish Students Union  --- Newburgh Jewish Community Center --- Orange County Human Rights Commission --- Dutchess County Human Rights Commission --- NAACP Newburgh/Highland Falls Branch --- Celebrate845

10,000 Voices for Charlottesville

Our lawsuit against the Nazis and white supremacists who attacked Charlottesville is headed to trial — and our plaintiffs need to know we have their backs.